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  • INVITATION FOR AN INDUCTION COURSE
    NANNM Anambra state council invites all Unit executives and Unit Caretaker committee members to a mandatory induction course for all the newly elected unit executives 2018- 2022 of National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) Anambra[...]
    Date Posted: 22/Feb/2019
  • MSF Launch of updated HIV/TB E-Learning Course
    In many countries where MSF works, rates of HIV and TB incidence are high. As someone working in these contexts, even a basic understanding would be valuable to your work. MSF’s revised HIV/TB E-learning course is an easy-to-use, interactive[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
  • Japan To Ease Language Requirements For Foreign Nursing Care Trainees
    The Japanese government plans to ease language requirements for foreign technical interns to work in the nursing care business as part of efforts to bring in more laborers from abroad, government sources said Wednesday. Japan opened up its nursing[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
  • DeKalb County nursing home board to name new administrator
    DeKALB – A new administrator for the DeKalb County Rehab and Nursing Center is set to be approved Thursday afternoon.   The DeKalb County Rehabilitation & Nursing Center Operating Board will vote on the matter during its meeting[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
  • Nurses of the Week: West Carolina University Nursing Students Provide Services at Free Rur...
    Our Nurses of the Week are the nursing students from West Carolina University’s School of Nursing who volunteered to provide services at a free rural health care clinic in eastern Tennessee. More than 10 students provided patients with medica[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
  • Record student failures threaten nursing – Barbados Nurses Association
    Nursing students are failing the course at a “horrendous” rate, threatening the nursing system, the head of the nurse’s association has told Barbados TODAY.   And the President of the Barbados Nurses Association, Joannah[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
  • Japan to ease language requirements for foreign nursing care trainees
    TOKYO - The Japanese government plans to ease language requirements for foreign technical interns to work in the nursing care business as part of efforts to bring in more laborers from abroad, government sources said Wednesday.   Japan ope[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
  • Opinion: A Male In A Female Dominated Profession; Nursing And Its Benefits
    Nursing since 2012 has remained a predominantly female field, although the number of men in nursing has increased. About 7 percent of nurses are men. Gender equality cuts both ways in nursing; men are both more likely to succeed in certain areas of[...]
    Date Posted: 21/Feb/2019
 
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